Thursday, 08 January 2015 05:31

Is living in denial really helpful?

I have to confess that sometimes, just for a moment, I feel confused and frustrated when I see someone deliberately choosing to live in denial… and I do wonder why he or she would choose that?

The New Age movement has heavily promoted “the power of positive thinking” and many times in the right situation harnessing one’s mind power towards positivity and optimism has worked brilliantly to change situations, improve relationships and to create healing. Medical literature has countless anecdotal reports of “spontaneous remission” in advanced cancer states and as well, placebo trials have been conducted and the power of positive thinking, or mind over matter, continues to create effective healings for many patients. Not all, but many, and sometimes the effect of mind over matter has had even higher success rates than certain medications and treatments.

I know that the more empowered by spirit we become, that we are also less likely to be affected by psychotronic* frequencies used in mind control for example and the more we rid our bodies of implants and alien technology that the stronger and healthier we become. This is obvious really, as these things are designed to harm us not help us but what if we choose to believe that these things don’t really exist? Are we still affected by them even if we choose to deny them? Could these technologies be the one thing that is impeding our ability to heal ourselves, know ourselves and embody Christ Consciousness?

A couple of years ago, I inadvertently upset someone greatly by pointing out to her that the “pink lines in the sky” that she thought looked lovely were actually the remnants of chemtrails that were being highlighted by the evening sun. She was really not happy with me that I had said that. She told me that she knows what chemtrails are and that they are harmful but that she wanted to believe that the patterns in the sky were beautiful and would send healing to her heart and the planet. Is this denial of the truth? Is it helpful? I have no doubt that some people will say yes it is helpful and that if we believe it to have healing powers then it will but is that true? or is that just wishful thinking?

If we drink a glass of poison and tell ourselves that it is a healing drink – will it heal us or kill us?

If we knowingly apply toxic and carcinogenic creams and lotions to our skin because we choose to believe that it will reverse the signs of aging and make us look more beautiful – can we override (just with our mind) the negative effects of the chemicals contained therein?

If we believe that everything is “love and light” will it be? Is that true?

At what point must we face the facts that some things cannot be changed just with our thoughts alone? That sometimes we must actually face the truth of a situation and see it for what it really is.

As they say… Denial is not a river in Egypt.

In love and Truth

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